JSter #148: Libraries, tools, and more

JavaScript is the beginning and the end

It's time for another JSter link dump. I'm doing these monthly now as I'm too busy with work for time being.

Libraries

TypeScript

  • TypesceneBatteryChargingCar - Typescene is a robust front end framework made with TypeScript: strongly typed, no dependencies, no nonsense

Styling

Tools

  • voidcosmos/npkill - List any node_modules directories in your system, as well as the space they take up. You can then select which ones you want to erase to free up space
  • eslint-config-es - A strict ESLint configuration for ES2015+ and TypeScript
  • akx/npm-dep - Generate dependency graphs of npm packages
  • nodejs/citgm - citgm is a simple tool for pulling down an arbitrary module from npm and testing it using a specific version of the node runtime
  • nanoprobe - A CLI to help better understand the massive amount of information that surrounds Node.js versions.
  • QuickJS Javascript Engine
  • entropic-dev/entropic - A package registry for anything, but mostly JavaScript
  • kristopolous/_inject - JavaScript Code Injection for Debugging
  • ericclemmons/node-recorder - Simple recording & replaying of HTTP requests for predictable development & testing
  • Schniz/fnm - Fast and simple Node.js version manager, built in native ReasonML
  • Kickball/awesome-selfhosted - Awesome self-hosted services and tools

Techniques

Resources

Articles

Interviews

Published by bebraw on 2019-10-04 12:42:11

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